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against the tax increase of george h. w. bush. when i thought it was a disaster. when he balance the budget for four straight years, we did it by cutting taxes to accelerate economic growth. i clearly represent a different view. [laughter] but i have no problem if somebody wants to break their no tax pledge. if they are prepared to go home and explain it. the idea they're creating the posturing. several senators said i'm not afraid of governor norquist. i want to put on the record i'm not afraid of grover norquist. they didn't give their pledge to grover norquist. the pledge to the voters of the state. with now, there are circumstances where you raise taxes. ronald reagan, you have in your are kentucky -- are give the great video. my feet are in concrete he said and being reagan, he could get away with going to the press conference one morning and saying, the sound you're hearing, is concrete breaking. because as governor, he concluded in order meet the state's requirement he no choice. but it never cost much. he was totally unfront and honest. he went to the people of california
into law by president george h.w. bush, bush 41 -- which required low-flow toilets. now, the impact of that is sludge will back up in the city's sewers, and the mission bay neighborhood, quote of of-unquote, smells like rotten eggs. they're using $14 million of taxpayer money to dump bleach into the sewer to clean up a problem that previously simply did not exist. bleach isn't, also, a very friendly chemical, by way. all right. so who can you trust in science? well, i think that scientists, medical doctors and, yes, even government regulatory bodies like the fd a&e pa are usually right. where i will mispick with government -- nitpick with government regulators, i sometimes think they are a little too cautious. we haven't gotten approval on e-cigarettes and they should be healthier than regular cigarettes and they're dragging their feet. on real clear science we like to link to the best science news, the best science analysis. and that is, that's what we do. and so we try to put aside the partisan bickering and focus on what is good science and what is good science policy. so read ma
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